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jordanka16

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Very nice, Have you thought about making the FGC-9?
I have indeed, I'm working my way up to that though. Since we're in the US and most of the parts are easily available there are much easier things to make than one of them, although I would love to do it just because.

I think next I'll do like an AR receiver and a glock lower and magazine to see if I can get them working easily, and I also wouldn't mind doing a VZ61 receiver.
 

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As the receiver IS the firearm in the USA, each with its own serial number, how is it that you are manufacturing a firearm? Are you an FFLee?
The same way we mill out 80% lowers brother. You can build any gun you want for yourself. The manufacturing laws don't come into play unless you're building them to sell.:s0023:


Oh and of course no full auto and you must follow the other laws and guidelines like SBR and silencer
 
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What printer are you using? I'm looking at the ender3
An ender 3 is all I'm using, none of this requires anything fancy, and base level printers have come a really long way.

Do make sure you get a motherboard upgrade though, that is worth it.

As the receiver IS the firearm in the USA, each with its own serial number, how is it that you are manufacturing a firearm? Are you an FFLee?
In the US you can manufacture a firearm for yourself legally, you don't even need to add a serial number. Like WTC said you just can't be in the business of manufacturing them for sale. So much as I would like to I cant flood the classifieds with $10 10/22 receivers :D
Can you 3D print some primers for me:)
I wish I could.
 

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